Last week on American tracks (not including training and harness casualties):

“Broke Down” (racing-speak for dead); “Collapsed and Died”; “Euthanized”

Miswaski’s Pac, Mahoning
Chocopologie, Delta
Surfside Chic, Parx
Eaglemaker, Santa Anita
Frat Star, Aqueduct
Regulus, Aqueduct
Indian Nate, Turf

“Vanned Off” – required horse ambulance to get off the track; many of these names will re-surface on my year-end FOIA death-reports

Grande Heist, Parx
Pistol’s Shoes, Parx
Shamrock Empire, Tampa Bay
Golden Bayers, Turf
Starship Stache, Tampa Bay
Blameiton Brooklyn, Aqueduct
Ivy Jo, Oaklawn
First Cast, Fair Grounds
Candy At My Place, Gulfstream
Sancy, Los Alamitos
Lucky Golane, Los Alamitos
Diamond Tour, Tampa Bay
Monique’s Candy, Tampa Bay
Ttt the Conquistador, Louisiana
Ira Hayes, Sunland
El Gran Gayego, Tampa Bay

“Bled”; “Returned Bleeding From Nostrils” – usually indicates pulmonary hemorrhage

Rose Essence, Laurel
El Grillo, Parx
Motoring Around, Golden Gate (also “vanned off”)

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(source: Equibase)

Last week on American tracks (not including training and harness casualties):

“Broke Down” (racing-speak for dead); “Collapsed and Died”; “Euthanized”

Roi Soleil, Turf
Pin and Win, Parx
Sharp Stick, Penn
Golden Ocean, Golden Gate
Edzactly, Penn
Sizzling Bel, Golden Gate
Lord Ruler, Gulfstream
Sir Prize, Louisiana
Sir Got Class, Turf

“Vanned Off” – required horse ambulance to get off the track; many of these names will re-surface on my year-end FOIA death-reports

Music in the Storm, Sunland
Smokey’s Legacy, Charles Town
North Pacific, Golden Gate
Bobby Blue Eyes, Gulfstream
Etchy Sketchy, Laurel
Pontificator, Santa Anita
Masonio, Turfway
Star Dog, Oaklawn
Crafty Gizmo, Parx
Peppermintonice, Sunland
Quorum of Joy, Turf
Transparent, Aqueduct
Locket Alley, Sunland
Bellimbusto, Tampa Bay
Leroi’s Thrill, Tampa Bay

“Bled”; “Returned Bleeding From Nostrils” – usually indicates pulmonary hemorrhage

Graymond, Parx
Jameson Jr, Sunland (also “vanned off”)
Dulce Arabe, Santa Anita
Up All Night, Laurel

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(source: Equibase)

Last week on American tracks (not including training and harness casualties):

“Broke Down” (racing-speak for dead); “Collapsed and Died”; “Euthanized”

Hayq’s Fable, Oaklawn
Tawny, Santa Anita
Lucky Rascal, Tampa

“Vanned Off” – required horse ambulance to get off the track; many of these names will re-surface on my year-end FOIA death-reports

Pass Me One Too, Louisiana
Corona Makes Amends, Louisiana
High Profit, Turf
Giocouragement, Oaklawn
High Barbaree, Aqueduct
Pattye’s Rebel, Fair Grounds
Mav, Fair Grounds
Plymouth Beach, Fair Grounds
Gray Nile, Gulfstream
Turf Club Queen, Los Alamitos
Mrs. Peel, Penn
Bold Deed, Penn
Factuality, Sam Houston
Lucas Long Step, Penn
Bonnies Sparky, Sunland
TJ’s Yard, Turfway
Henry Is Henry, Fair Grounds
Norman’s Hero, Gulfstream
Gone Thru Fire, Los Alamitos
Inguaran, Sam Houston
Blutadda, Tampa
Caliente Gold, Turf

“Bled”; “Returned Bleeding From Nostrils” – usually indicates pulmonary hemorrhage

Slick Deal, Turf (also “vanned off”)
Clear Status, Penn
Skitt Skatt, Charles Town
Lucky Bella, Gulfstream
Accelerare, Laurel
She’s So Carolina, Charles Town
Anita Marie, Oaklawn

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(source: Equibase)

Last week on American tracks (not including training and harness casualties):

“Broke Down” (racing-speak for dead); “Collapsed and Died”; “Euthanized”

Northern Mine, Parx
Kinghorn, Penn
T. Montana, Santa Anita
Lost Note, Aqueduct

“Vanned Off” – required horse ambulance to get off the track; many of these names will re-surface on my year-end FOIA death-reports

Call Me an Illusion, Louisiana
Butterflysforshandee, Turf
Uncle Hen, Parx, not reported as vanned, but “pulled up in distress”
Ross J Dawg, Gulfstream
Sum Candy, Turf
Storm Pursuit, Aqueduct
Latent Fire, Charles Town
Signalpath, Oaklawn
Price Zurs, Aqueduct
Cinnamon Apple, Fair Grounds
Hazel Eyed Girl, Penn
Top Council, Oaklawn

“Bled”; “Returned Bleeding From Nostrils” – usually indicates pulmonary hemorrhage

Bluegrass Chat, Parx
Arch Contender, Aqueduct
The Gray Hound, Golden Gate

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(source: Equibase)

Last week on American tracks (not including training and harness casualties):

“Broke Down” (racing-speak for dead); “Collapsed and Died”; “Euthanized”

Ground Control, Charles Town
Discreet Duke, Penn
Copingaway, Gulfstream
Creeker’s Cat, Oaklawn

“Vanned Off” – required horse ambulance to get off the track; many of these names will re-surface on my year-end FOIA death-reports

Funny Smoke, Turf
Rebellious Diana, Turf
Super Rich, Mahoning
Winter Storm, Sunland
Karen for Cam, Oaklawn
Germain’s Boy, Oaklawn
Three Sheets, Turfway
Divine Kaleb, Fair Grounds
Genuine Smarty Chick, Sunland
Deer Decarchy, Turf
Storm Power, Turf
Rampant Rhythm, Fair Grounds

“Bled”; “Returned Bleeding From Nostrils” – usually indicates pulmonary hemorrhage

Mr. Buff, Aqueduct

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(source: Equibase)